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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 April 1882

SS1JISC vAy jm, www B. P. SOHWEIEK, THE 0OT8TITUTI0I THE UHOI AID THE ESTO&CEXEJT 07 THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. yop. xxxyi. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 5. 1SS2. NO. 13- she took upoa Us lab expanse, . -Her kur, wind-blown efa u kin As mlt Uit Menu the waTee;t traaee, MM watches the glaS mm allvaace, Betreat, duet at her feet, ADd thea amla retreat, la rhythmic, endleas amplitude: A anwleaa or the solltade. Aioag the shore she aiep In state Her aheek flows with the runy Uwa That bow begins to dissipate The Btoraing's pearly dewa thai wait To arrect, elate, her feet And touch her (own ao sweet, - Befere they melt in maminf air, Ufce fragrasae poured trom ebalisc rare. Bar Tolce eoft as the note that falls from nrstlng-bird awake at night hen t her drows; mate she calls. Like music of the past, enthralls; Vpsoars and falls, then soars ; like siren's song from chorea Of fatal Tyrrhenean sea A luofl of buoyant minstrelsy. Her suave and gracious presenc...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 April 1882

HHTINEL & REPUBLICAN M1FFLIXT0WN. fTediieaday, April a, I8S3. B. F. SCHWEIER. 9ITOB A.VD rBOT-KIXTOa. Tae political trick mules are in training. SrcBGKm, the eloquent preacher, Las goat. The Greeubackers will hold a State convention in Harritiborg, Ma; 18. The wife of the famous Sergeant Mason is said to be a modest woman. Thk French government again per mits American pork to be sold in France. Titers is a Mormon congregation of seventy-fire people in Westmore land county, this State. These is a smell of guano about Washington, but it is the business jobbers that smell of it. The Democrats in Congress, from .resent appearances, will oppose the appointment of a tariff commission. Adjctast General Latta sold about 13,000 old muskets at Harrisburg on Thursday, at an average of 50 cents a piece. Ax editor up in Canada was horse whipped the other day. The man that did the whipping was fined eigh teen dollars. Them is a report that James G. Blaine is about to drop into tha bo ttom o: ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 April 1882

IBS SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, April S, ISS3. TERMS. Subscript. on, $.1.60 per annum if paid within IS months; $2.00 if not paid within 11 months. ,- Transient advertisements rnaerted at 60 wall per inch. for each Insertion. Transient business notice ia local tol gun, 10 cent per line for each insertion: Deductions will be nude to those desiring; to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. What has been pronounced as an ex ceedingly pleasaat social event was the re ception held last Thnrsdsy evening at the home of R. K. Parker, E-j, in this place, in honor of the marriage of Oeorge Jacobs, Jr , to Miss Miry North. Mrs. Parker is a sister of Mr. Jacobs the groom. The bridal party bad just returned from a abort trip to Gotham, and their friends were on the tip-toe of expectancy to meet, grecti and welcome them borne. The hour lor the party was 8 o'clock ia the evening. Moat cf the guests were promptly there at that time, when the host and hostess, Mr. and M...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 5 April 1882

Mrm. Barton'a Baby. Pretty Bs'iy 1 .Mamma's darling baby. Shut your little eye and go to sleep." John Seymour paused on tbe stairs and listened. It was a deliciously sweet vtiice, and tbe ecdeanni; epithets were rpocen in suftlv modulated tocej. 'B-esstd little child 1" said Mr. Sey mour to himself, as be passed to bis room. "Mamma's pretty baby!" continued Mrs. Barton, patting the soft brown bead that lay upon her breast. "Eiia. da shut tbe door! lou always leave it open. Who went up the stairs just now t 'I know !" spoke up .Master Bobby Hartley, vuo was fl ittening his little nose against the glare of tbe window frfra w hich the calm blue ocean was plainly visible. "It was tbe bald-headed man. lie tried to perk in the door, too. 1 saw bim ! And he looks at you all tbe time at the table. 1 reckon he thinks a heap of you!' 'The ldta !M laughed the ptetty widow; "why 1 don't even know the man's nance. Bobby, stop drumming on the glass. Kou'll wake up Trixie. Why don't you go and pla...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 April 1882

1IWW B. F. SCHWEIER, TEE OOISTITUTIOI THE U1I0I AID TEE UTOSXJSXZST 01 THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 12. 1882. NO. 14 VANISHED. 6one ars the beautiful dreama of the past, Vsnlslie4 and buried from light, I knew toe wen all too happy to last, till I claiped UHm to ma, dose and fast Till laey pariahad In darkness and bleat. O, Ufa waa ao pleataat and lora ao sweet Tse days a lone and bright : I lore your outstretched hand to maet Whae mj heart with lovt and laughter beat, Yoa yon vera my life and light. But now yon are lying calmly at rest. Tour haada ao white and chill Are foidad peacefully over your breast While L, with a spirit of sad unrest, "A'ander up to j.ur grave on the hill. 1 think how I saw you last, as you lay So calm and stately and fair. Tour memory maketh all my day, I see you e ear b'.ue eyes alway And lour misty golden hair. . Oh. I hear your voice, I clasp yonr hand But awake the dream has fled And ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 April 1882

IJSKTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. TTcdneaday, April 13, 1SS3. B. F. SCHWEIE'It, tDITOB AXD rBOPItKTOK. J. I Ose day last week 1181(1 nt Arthur received A petition a mile long, con taining 350.000 names iu favor of the pardon of Mason. Sm all po i still rages in Bethlehem, this State. As effort ivas made to pass the anti- Cliinese bill over the I'resident s veto, but the effort was not a snccess. Minister Hcrlbcrt, who died a few davs ago in Peru, has leen Rncceeded by Mr. J. It. PartriJjje, of Maryland. Dr. B. F. Vagooxselleb, of Sriins- grove, it is said, will be a candidate for the seat now filled in Congress by Mr. Fisher. General Pope sends word to "Wash ington that there is danger of an In dian war breaking ont the coming summer. Certainly there is danger. That is a danger that will have to be faced every summer till the Indians have all passed away into the happy hunting ground. It is a danger that has been met every enauaer for the past iU0 years. Tret have a racket in ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 April 1882

. T nrnmM iniXT MIFFLINIOWN: r,g-pedar. April 12. t32. TERMS. cwipt-f per annum if paid 'i rmoDlhs; $2.00 if not paid within l!'D It .drertiscnwnits inserted at 50 JL, r i"11 f,,r e:u'h ",scr,i"n- . . , Lent bnsiness notice in local cot- " ,(,crI1ls per line tr each insertion, fl"". ill he made to those desiring .. "... tl. rr. half or Quarter ;reni "J ' SHORT LOCALS. BWlin S-v-wtoria'. Con- , nc9, f au'j'nsuiir le comities oi Vr-n. 1'erry si-l Jaiiiata. wiil meet "e J'"3 House in tbi. jlaoa on .ISili hist - fpnviu in honor f a wedding stand . ,u, i t 'l "i,, assemble. Chris- . ..... r,ni nrt well he'p savj.ig m. i di.inf " 'h"? y. ' ,n ' festival ' Cf that ihe R. deertier of , f,,j rnin.-d world performed his first ijic ruirscle. The arrival of an unco'ii B'r large O'ep '"J" with Jesus and his j.rl'lBtiavl ill' Bnrp'y of wine to be. lUu-t-tl. The bridegroom and all the Tr! crc 'a dismay when it was an aacrl "Th-v I'' wine." Six water iits tiro or three firkin measure, apiece. 1-.' ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 12 April 1882

ItWSStZSi si. The Garden Spot. I dos't see how you Cianane to have such an early garden.' said the 'fc'q lire to me the other day. 'Your farms u a clay upland like mice, ami yet, as 1 have passed your house in early Spring, 1 have seen the peas, lettuce and other early truck showing in the row before 1 coold plow my Ear den.' 'Jump out and hitch,' said I, for he bad topped in the road in trout of my house,' and come aud look at my garden, and I thick you can eaMly see why mine is earlier than yours.' 'I don 't see what vou can show that is worthy looking at in January,' said the 'Squire. That's just whs 1 1 want to show you, 1 answered. We walk around back of the house, where my garden is located, and stopped. I vum,' said the 'Squire, is tiiat the way to fix it?" My garden is eiht rods long by six wide a little over a fourth of an acre and it is plowed in six lands with all the loose earth cleaned out of the dead furrows; and as there a.-e several inches of slope the long way. it i...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 April 1882

. t 'lit g'Pf jit' i - '-si 'CliL lie B.P. SCHWEIER, THE OOIsTiTUTlOI THE TJTIOI AID THE EIP0KJE1CE3T OP THE LATA. Editor and Proprietor. n is VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN. JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 19. 1SS2. NO. 15. a w. i vw- . a r m m am irA I TUB OLD HOME. slack la Uie old aume. With Us (T-lotDd wall. It loni running porch, lu windows so tall; Batik to tae old home. With iu Ores so bright, Iu Joys and lu sports Turuueta the long winter night. Hack te tbe old Bom, To its clear ruiinuig brooks, Ita vale and meadows, lu rouunuc noufcs. It birds, trow aud Sowars, Tbai bloomed sweetly there ; IU taL statelj mountains, iu oool balm; air. Bark to the old l mi; It was there in mr youth 1 learue'l iny flr.-t lessons of wisdom and truth. Like angels of good, Tbey atundttd mj ways. When lonely my Journey, When dreary my days. Where are my friends i Oh ! tell me, I pray ; alas ! Uks the years They hare gone and away. Like sunbeaius they cam. And as soon were they gone. And now I a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 April 1882

USTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFL1NT0WN. Wednenday, April 19; 1S83. B. F. SCIIWEIKB, rrnroi asd mopriktuc. General Habtraxtt's goose baa not been Ctiokcd; It luid an eight inch egg lie otber day. Ohij is g-cttirp along-; the lepisla lare passed a bfll to close driuking saloons on Sunday. The First National Bank of Buff lo X. T., closed its doors last Friday. It is said that its troubles arose be cause it bad its funds tied np in lung loans. The coining comet is announced as the largest tbat baa been seen in many years. Some people predict tbat it will strike the Earth, but it is just as well not to loose Bleep over bu-L a prediction. Tbey have a time of it at Stougton Mass., because Father Ililey refused burial for the body of John Calhonn in the Catholic 060161617 because Cal boun was a Mason. Br the unanimous concurrence f the Cabinet, President Arthur bas informed General Fitz John Porter, that be cannot revoke the verdict of court martial that cashiered, and dis qualified tho Gener...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 April 1882

M. i v f.t-,r SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, April 19. lSSS. . . TERMS. Subscription, $1.50 pr annum tf paid within 12 won lbs; $2.00 if trot paid within 12 months. , . Transient adrertiseKienls inserted at 50 cents per inch for each insertion. . Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions m ill be made to those desiring to advertise by tbe year, half or quarter year. . SHORT VOCALS. The Sea. Century t be was rich and of hih degree; A poor and unknown artist be. 'Paint me,"heail, 'a view of the ea." So be painted the tea as it lo.kel the day That Aphrodite arose front its spray; And it broke as she g x -d on its face the while Into its countless dimpled mini. 'Wbt a poky, stupid picture!"' said she; I don't believe be can piint the sea." Thca he painted a raging, tossing sea, Storming, with fierce and Midden shock, Wild cries, and writhing tongues of foam, A towering, mighty fastness rock. In its sides, above thos...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 19 April 1882

Pot. slat Job front Abroad. The population of the United Hi ate wu increased stout one per cent, last year by immigration abroad. Statistics are uot not at band tor other porta than New fork. bat the total number of arrivals wai prob able something over half a million. About 440,000 immigrants arrived at Ibis port, or nearlv nine tenth of the whole num ber. The central character of the ar rivals is said to be better than the avenue of the previous years On the whole there is no doubt that the addition to our pop a- lationis of real value. Considerably more than one-third of the immigrants landing at Castle Garden were Ucrmarls, a very large proportion of whom were industrious and frugal apncultural laborers, seeking homes in the West. This class as a whole, contributes an orderly and law abiding element which is readily and rapidiy as similated. The Irish corn next in order of numbers, but were only about one-third as numerous as the Germans. Tbey furnish a valuable working force, t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 April 1882

iSY. At .1 1 - ii i ! l! B. P.'SCHWEIER, THE C0I8TITUII0S THE TIIIOI-AID THE ETTOSOEKEIT OP THE LATH. Editor and Proprietor. ii VOL. XXXVI. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 26. 1S82. NO. !6. legi IKIiH SOXG. Oh ! tbs fipr.Bf 's dl!f tit Is a eowslip bright. As she laag-ns to to warMta' linnet ; And a walulin' tknuk tn a white May tait, And an out in Us nest wlaia rt. Summer sill shows Her rote, her rose 1 And ob I all tne happy nigst long Tne nlgittlnirale won her; At daws the Urk sues her, Wid the crystal surprise ui his song. King Autumn's crown la the barley brown, sted OTer wid rosy fruit; And the yellow trees, As Uiej tig In tb hreez. Are tbe strings of this solemn luu. Void Winter's breath la conld as Death, Wirra ! lonesome he's left the earth ; Yet the thrash he slugs And tbe rose ahe springs From the Same of his fairy hearth. AX ELIGIBLE BOARDING PLACE. "No hotel? said Mr. Percival Payne. "Nothing in the shape of one," an swered Lis friend, Lucius Warde...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 April 1882

JENTIKEL & REPUBLICAN MiyPLIMOWN. Bi F. JCHWEIEB, z.irroi akd riror-BiiCTOa'. J. O Blaine crpScts to go to Eu ffope in May. The IrohilitioT.iKt of Connecti cut, noiuinitteil a State ticket People in a certain part of Spain Bre greatly distressed because of drought, -The statement tUat the Kiu of Wurtoniberg Lad b?cn converted to Catholicism is officially denied." The Portnuese government has just put a heavier tnriST on American wheat, corn, flour and coal oiL XloKJlox eTorts to secure converts to their relipions belief, in Pike coun ty, have not been successful. A movement is on foot to trans port the surplus of Irish fanners and Ub.irers to America, to the United States. Fbuit growers report, that the fruit has not been damaged as much by the late eold spell a was at first believed. The disappearance of the priest of the H mian Catholic Cuurch at .Law rence Mass., has caused an uncom mon excitement in that community. Prevalent Arthur has nominated J. P. Wickersham formally Sta...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 April 1882

I MP SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFJ.INTOWN : ,. Wednesday, April 38. ISM. TERMS, r S'aVseriptton, $1 .60 per annum if paid within 1-8 roouilisj $2.00 If sot kl icbin 12 months. .Transient advertisement inserted at 60 cent yix inch for each insertion. Transient business notice in Incut col omn, 10 cents per line lor each insertion. Dcdnctions will bts mad- to those d -siring to advertise by the year, hair or quarter vear. SHORT LOC1LS. A gentleman w'uo ol aims ti tojre re it rope, twine, wil vh, and orJ inatiufaeturin.; o.Vibiishnjent was in town on Monday, on a pros pe'lin' tour b.j to speak, to look out a s litahle Wati'iu at w'uich to oom l.me their larr worVs w liu-h eusVoj tiOll to 8tL) mn. Some 8 othr Iv ':ilities in the Slats hive Leva looked lit. The J ration here at Mifilintowa is proriotiace I us sait.ih's f.r the rvfttoa of n uiaaufiictory. The rc.np.inv tit-sir j thit the location lie S: 1 tnem. -o se;e-ti.n r a i ti tor the factory wi,l be niaJj df i :itely till nxt Jul...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 26 April 1882

TIm Baakea City. Among the commercial sea-town ot Holland, six centuries Stavoren held the first place, The snips of itt mer chants covered the seas and imported tbe productions ot all coses. Tradition re lates that there were many houses that equaled palaces in their grandeur, and tUat its wealthy citizens tried to outvie ench other in pomp and splendor. But of all the Slaveren merchants, none could compare ia riches with tbe virgin . Rich ber ta. The success with which each of her speculations was rewarded, and not seldom with unexpected profits, seeded to (how to her to what degiee fortune could lavish her gifts on a metal, and how long allow her favors to be en Joyed. Such unexampled gool fortune Kich bcrta could not support with indifference, and if tbe maxim that "great misfortunes are easier to be borne tnan immoderate Happiness" be true, Ricbberta was des tined to be a glaring proof of the truth of this assertion. Her pride and vain-glory kept step with the increase of her i...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 May 1882

:i 3 to: fa? B. T. SCHWiSlER, THE 00IST1TDTI0I-THE TWI01 AID THE HfTOSOElCEIT Of THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. vol. xxxvi: MIFFUNTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 3. 1SS2. NO. i7. SEPARATION. A wall (frown op Mwhb the two. A strum, BiieS wall, thong-a mU i Sobs knew when tb first nonM ware laid, Nuc hsw tne wall waa Dalit, I weoa ; Ans w tteir lives ware quite apart, AUBosfth they shared oo board, one bed ; A carsiws eje eaw naught amiss. Yet each waa to tat other deL Da, much absorbed m work and fain, Grew auon unmindful of hia loss, A hard Indifference worae than hat I hanjed love'a aae cold to worthlaaa droaa. She soffersd tortures all untold ; Too proud to mourn, too strong to die : Ths wall pressed heavy on her heart. Bar white face abowed her misery. Such walls are growing day by day, Twlxt man and wife, "twixt friend and rrlend; Would tby could know who lightly buil t. How aad and bitter la the end ' A careless word, an mskind thought, A slight neglect, a taunti...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 May 1882

JEHTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wedawidar, May 9, fes'. B. F. SCHWEIER, editob A so rioriirmt. Gsstjiai. Swbixkff, is sick with inflamfrticfa of the lungs. Tabu hundred Russian Jews on one ship are on their war to the United States. It is said that a large Tern of auth eracite coal has been discovered near Erie this state. The Southern people decorated the graves of their soldiers on the 26th of ApriL In all the larger towns, business places were closed. In Germany railroad conductors get $310 dollars a year. In America the roads employ men to find out about how much the conductors io get. llhnoit Stale Register. A dispatch from across the sea says that handbills have been circulated in Russia asking the Jews to join the yihilist. Doobtless the Jews have grievances te redress, but they will sot become Xihilists. The Xorih American says; It is an nounced that the Sub-Committee on Banking and Currency has decided to recommend the suspension of sil ver coinage, which is now comp...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 May 1882

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MLFKLINTOWN : , re4aesdaj. May 3. ISSa. TERMS. Subscription, IJ9 per annam if paid within 12 months; $2.00 if not paid within t month. Xrantrnt drertiaements Inserted at 60 teiM c inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local ca. nn, 10 ceuts per line fy inserrirtrH Deductions will to made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter ear. . The Republican Senatorial Confer eace met at the Jacobs house a .'few iays ao, to elect a Senatorial dele gate to the Republican State Conven tion. The following can JitKtes were put in nomination. . D. M. Rickin laugh Perry conuty, Thomas Tatton Juniata county, J. VL MeFarl.ine Mifflin county. After two feftHftts the names of Sir. Patton, and Jlr. McFarlane were withdrawn, and Mr. Rickenb uigh selected as the delegate to the State Convention, instructions to vote for General Beater for Gover nor were adopted by the Conference. Mr. Rickenbauph is a merchant do ing business at Milleretown Per...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 May 1882

A Gmt Bobbery In Pennsylvania. In 1S69, when the BenoingUoIT robbery startled the people In Western Pennsyl vania, Ex-Chief of Police Hague said. Ton say old John Benmngboff has died in Greenville, and left $500,000 to his heirs. I recollect he moved there shortly after the robbery, and continued to make money. It was in what after became Pe troleum Center that Benninghoff owned a small farm and eked out a precarious ex istence by the sweat of his brow, at times only having sufficient to keep the waif from the door. When oil was struck on his premises the old man suddenly found himself becoming rapidly wealthy, tie leased Lis entire farm to enthusiastic drillers, and only saved to himself the house he lived in and sufficient ground to move about. Benmngboff, by nature, was very close and calculating, and when wealth began to pour in os him his natu ral distrust of everv one compelled him to buy a small safe and keep his money at home, as be considered bank institutions of benefit to...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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